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2016-17 Research Forum Programme

CIM Research Forum - 2016-17 Programme

This year, the Centre for Interdiciplinary Methodologies (CIM) has invited the following members, visitors and colleagues to present their on-going work to the research forum.

Unless otherwise stated, all research forums will take place 1:00-2:00 (Autumn Term), 12:00-1:00 (Spring Term) and 1:00-2:00 (Summer Term) in Room A0.14 Soc Sc

All welcome but places are limited.


Wednesday 12 October:

The Circulation of a Concept: From Anatomised Bodies to Media Theory'.

Scott Wark (CIM, University of Warwick)

Wednesday 26 October 1:00 - 2:30 (A0.05 Soc Sc):

Digital Sociology of Professions

Gian Marco Campagnolo (Alan Turing Institute/University of Edinburgh)

Wednesday 9 November:

Material flows, standstill and absences: manure and the issuefication of nutrient recycling

Niko Humanisto (University of Helsinki)

Wednesday 23 November:

Sam Hind (CIM, University of Warwick)

Title TBC

Wednesday 7 December (A0.05 Soc Sc):

Research as a discursive positioning practice. Investigating careers of sociologists and linguists in four countries

Johannes Angermuller (Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick)


Wednesday 18 January:

Michael Dieter (CIM, University of Warwick)

Wednesday 1 February:

Sybille Lammes (CIM, University of Warwick)

Wednesday 15 February:


Wednesday 1 March (12:30-1:30pm):

Joao Porto de Albuquerque (CIM, University of Warwick)

Wednesday 15 March (12:30-1:30pm):

Henry Mainsay (CIM, University of Warwick)


Wednesday 3 May:

Greg McInerney (CIM, University of Warwick)

Wednesday 17 May:

Charlotte Reypens (CIM, University of Warwick)

Wednesday 31 May:

Nerea Calvillo (CIM, University of Warwick)

Wednesday 14 June:

Noortje Marres (CIM, University of Warwick)